Lissa's Review: Westin's Chase (Titan Series #4) by Cristin Harber
Publisher: Mill Creek Press
Released: November 24th 2014
Narrator: Jeffrey Kafer
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Length: 8 hours and 15 minutes
Format: eBook, Paperback, Audio
The master of everything has found his match. Jared Westin knows his reputation and likes it. He gets the job done. No emotion. No baggage. That's why his elite ops company, The Titan Group, is better than the best. They complete projects classified as mission impossible. And then, in walks a woman as tough as she is sexy. His counterpart in every way, should he choose to admit it.
She's not willing to let her heart fall. Ousted undercover ATF agent Lilly Chase only answers to "Sugar". Jared is the only man who can see past her leather-and-lipstick demeanor, and that revelation is terrifying. She was fired for helping Titan on a questionable arrest she should've ignored, then partnered with Jared's rival on an assignment in Afghanistan. Distance and danger do nothing to change her feelings. When she's left on the side of a mountain to die, an unexpected ally comes forward, and might open her heart.
The stakes couldn't be higher. Saving Sugar isn't a normal rescue operation. It pits Titan against its rival, Jared against his nemesis. Chasing Sugar's heart isn't a simple task, either. She fights him, fights them, always ready to run. When she becomes a pawn in a game of collateral damage, Jared must risk his life to save her - the woman whose bravado and surprising sweetness has given him the one thing he never had. Love.
Five Boundless Stars
When I figured this was about Jared, I was actually excited. He’s so serious all the time, it can be quite hilarious. He’s the next one to get his girl.
Jared and Sugar together, Whoa! They are scorching. I love that these stories don’t just have these strong manly sexy military men. But the women in their lives are just as strong, just as intelligent. The story starts off in Afghanistan on a mission, Then sugar just so happens to be there. But there is a traitor in the mix. One that I don’t even think Titan would even have realized. Jared is like the head of the family in the Titan Group. They all mean a lot to him, that he would give his life for them. But the guy that thinks he knows everything about Jared, is really just a moron. Never just assume you know everything.
I really adored their story. They are so much a like in some ways, that they both don’t like being told what to do. Even with their issues, their heartaches. They found a type of solace in each other. This series is seriously great, I’m trying to get my friends to read it. Once again, I got to listen to Jeffrey Kafer work his magic with Harber’s characters.